Anthrax’s Scott Ian To Guest On New Album From Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta

Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian will be guesting on Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta‘s new album “…And Jasta For All.“ You can find a clip of him in the studio below. Previously confirmed guests include: Testament frontman Chuck Billy, Exodus frontman Steve “Zetro” Souza, Viol-lence guitarist Phil Demmel and Nuclear Assault bassist Dan Lilker.

Nuclear Assault’s Danny Lilker On Upcoming “Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Philly” Performance: “That Might Be Our Last U.S. Show”

It looks like Nuclear Assault may be getting ready to retire. During a recent interview with Decibel, bassist Danny Lilker revealed that the band’s upcoming performance at the “Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest” in Philadelphia, PA “might be [their] last U.S. show.”

Lilker said the following while discussing the group’s decision to perform “Game Over” in full at the aforementioned festival:

“It’s funny. There’s this thing now what they call ‘deep cuts’ and everything. Musicians laugh at that expression because that means ‘shit you never wanted to play live’ because you have an hour to play and you prioritize to play a few from this and a few from that. Now we’re going to be playing a few songs from that record that we’ve never played. Those are deep fucking cuts, right to the bone. [Laughs] We’ve never done anything like that. S.O.D. [STORMTROOPERS OF DEATH] has, or at least my little S.O.D. franchise band that plays in different territories around the world with different dudes. But, no, NUKE has never done that.”

He also added:

“We’re going to be pretty much wrapping it up. Nobody is getting any younger. People have commitments and families and stuff like that. I’ve been to a couple of the Metal & Beer Fests and I was usually pouring or just hanging out and drinking or something. So, I think it’s truly cool to be able to do this and I’m not kissing your ass here, at a nice, prestigious American metal festival. Also, I like beer. In all seriousness, it will be cool playing one of these. Like I said, I’ve been to a couple and when I go backstage and bullshit with people, I feel like, ‘Shouldn’t I be doing something?’ I think it should be a lot of fun and that might be our last U.S. show, actually.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Cannibal Corpse, Candlemass, The Red Chord, Etc. Set For 2022 “Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest: Philly”

The lineup has been revealed for the 2022 “Decibel Magazine Metal & Beer Fest” in Philadelphia, PA. The event will take place at the Fillmore on June 10-11 and it will feature the following:

June 10: Candlemass (performing “Epicus Doomicus Metallicus” in full), Wolves In The Throne Room (performing “Two Hunters” in full), Voivod, Soul Glo, Derkéta, Craven Idol, and The Silver.

June 11: Cannibal Corpse, Nuclear Assault (performing “Game Over” in full), The Red Chord (performing “Clients” in full), Full Of Hell, All Else Failed, Sanguisugabogg, and Deathevokation.

Watch Anthrax, Lamb Of God, & Nuclear Assault Members Cover Discharge Tracks

Charlie Benante (Anthrax), Scott Ian (Anthrax), Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God), and Dan Lilker (Nuclear Assault) have shared footage of themselves performing Discharge’s “Doomsday” and “The Final Blood Bath” in quarantine. You can watch that below:

Benante commented:

“The influence of @discharge.official on modern aggressive metal cannot be overstated- their speed & abrasive sound made them true sonic pioneers, helping lead to the creation of the thrash and speed metal genres. The four of us are huge fans, and wanted to pay homage to the ones who paved the way for what we do today.”

The Hear nothing see nothing say nothing Record was constantly played, my mix tapes would Have so many of their songs on it. The bass tone on those records was so Amazing, it was frightening @wainwright.roy a Big Influence on SOD. I remember @scottianthrax and I taking #jameshetfield to see #brokenbones at @cbgbofficial back in the day and being Blown away. I hope you enjoy this quarantine Jam I put together. I 💜 Discharge-thanks to @drandallblythe #danlilker and @pieromedone”

Tronos (Napalm Death, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Birth Womb”

Tronos, the project led by Shame Embury (Napalm Death, Brujeria, etc.) and producer Russ Russell (At The Gates, Napalm Death), have premiered a new song titled “Birth Womb.” The group said the following:

“This song talks about sacrifice, betrayal of emotion and the process of feeling temporary defeat. But in experiencing these feelings you realise that you can be a stronger person for the experience, the knowledge that maybe you are not unique and we are all dealing with our personal trials on a day-to-day basis.”

“Birth Womb” is from the band’s debut album “Celestial Mechanics,” which will be released on April 12. It’s worth noting that Dirk Verbeuren (Megadeth, ex-Soilwork) handled the drumming for the effort and that it will also feature Faith No More’s Billy Gould (bass), Mastodon’s Troy Sanders (bass), Voivod’s Denis “Snake” Belanger (vocals), Nuclear Assault’s Dan Lilker (bass), and The Wonder Stuff’s Erica Nockalls (vocals/violin).

“Celestial Mechanics” Track Listing:

01. “Walk Among The Dead Things”
02. “Judas Cradle”
03. “The Ancient Deceit”
04. “The Past Will Wither And Die”
05. “A Treaty With Reality”
06. “Voyeurs Of Nature’s Tragedies”
07. “Birth Womb”
08. “Premonition”
09. “Beyond The Stream Of Conciousness”
10. “Johnny Blade” (Black Sabbath cover)

Dismember’s Original Lineup To Reunite For 2019 Scandinavia Deathfest

Dismember’s original lineup, vocalist Matti Kärki, guitarist David Blomqvist, guitarist Robert Sennebäck, bassist Richard Cabeza and drummer Fred Estby, will be reuniting for the first time in 20 years during the 2019 Scandinavia Deathfest. That event will be held at the Kraken Sthlm and Slaktkyrkan in Stockholm, SWE on October 11-12 and it will also feature: Benediction, Birdflesh, Centinex, Death Toll 80k, Demilich, Demonical, Entrails, General Surgery, Interment, Iron Lamb, Martyrdöd, Massgrav, Nuclear Assault, Purtenance, Putrid Vision, Rippikoulu, Rotten Sound, Sarcasm, Soils of Fate, Sorcery, Toxaemia, Unanimated, Undergang, and Wombbath.

Testament, Paradise Lost, Nuclear Assault Etc. Added To 2016 Maryland Deathfest

More bands have been added to the 2016 Maryland Deathfest. The festival will take place May 26-29 in Baltimore, MD at the Edison Lot, Rams Head Live & Baltimore Soundstage, and the newly announced acts include: The Afternoon Gentlemen, Buzzov*en, Centinex, Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin, Crypt Sermon, Dehumanized, Demonical, Demonic Christ, Deranged, Discharge, DOOM, Dopethrone, Dragged Into Sunlight, Gets Worse, Ground, Hellbringer, Hirax, Horrendous, Infest, Interment, Magrudergrind, Novembers Doom, Nuclear Assault, Paradise Lost, Priapus, Putrescence, Repulsion, Ringworm, Rotten Sound, Satan, Secrets Of The Moon, Severed Head Of State, Sick Fix, Sick Of Stupidity, Six Brew Bantha, Skullshitter, Tempest, Test, Testament, Tragedy, Waco Jesus, Weedeater, Whoresnation, Wombbath, and World Burns To Death.

Previously announced acts include: Auroch, Bongripper, Bongzilla, Denouncement Pyre, Deströyer 666, Disgorge, Exciter, Gruesome, Haemorrhage, Hail of Bullets, The Haunted, Jungle Rot, Khold, Lord Belial, Malignant Tumour, Mitochondrion, Nocturnal Graves, Phobocosm, Putrid Pile, Samael (“Ceremony Of Opposites” set), Saturnalia Temple, Severe Torture, Sinister, Svartidauði, Svarttjern, Thulcandra, Tulus, Venom, Visceral Disgorge, Wormed, Craft, Dead Church, Desaster, Excel, General Surgery, Grave Miasma, Hemdale, Impaled Nazarene, Infernal Revulsion, Mystifier, Negative Approach, Sanitys Dawn,and Yacøpsæ.

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102nd Episode Of “The Jasta Show” Available For Streaming

Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed) has premiered the 102nd episode of his podcast, “The Jasta Show.” This time it features an interview with Danny Lilker (Nuclear Assault, ex-Anthrax etc.).

Abbath, Cattle Decapitation, Neurosis Etc. Added To 2015 Heavy Montreal Festival

More artists have been added to the Heavy Montreal festival, including Cattle Decapitation, Neurosis, Abbath, the Devin Townsend Project, Sanctuary, Veil of Maya, the Acacia Strain and Extreme, The festival will take place at Parc Jean-Drapeau, in Montreal, QC from August 7-9 and will also include:

Slipknot, Faith No More, Korn, Alexisonfire, Lamb Of God, Iggy Pop, NOFX, Billy Talent, Mastodon, Bullet For My Valentine, Meshuggah, Within Temptation, Gojira, Testament, Arch Enemy, Lagwagon, Lita Ford, Marky Ramone and Andrew W.K. (performing a Ramones set), Warrant, Dokken, Jasta, Rocket From The Crypt, Asking Alexandria, Periphery, Deafheaven, Coal Chamber, Nuclear Assault, Dying Fetus, Glassjaw, Ihsahn, Pentagram, Gorguts, B.A.R.F., Fozzy, Motionless In White, Moneen, Lofofora, Small Brown Bike, Pig Destroyer, Anonymus, The Flatliners, The Agonist, Upon A Burning Body, Nothing More, Battlecross, Wilson, Insomnium, Slaves On Dope, Ominum Gatherum, Dead Tired, Toyguitar, Intervals and Dig It Up.

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